Posters - The Bromeliad - Jose going up in the cloud forest to towards El Yunque peak - El Yunque rainforest PR
Low cost POSTERS: for YOUR bedroom or home. Impress your family, friends and visitors. Ideal for school kids and students with interests in the environment, conservation, biology and other sciences or the arts.
Connect with Nature and see its beauty and fine detail every day!
In this poster, taken before Hurricane Maria, one can see the abundance of plant life and bromeliads. One well know plant of the large bromeliad family is the pineapple! They are important holders of rain water in the rainforest.
.: 264 gsm fine art paper
.: Multiple sizes
.: For indoor use+
Poster: This is before Maria, the forest was luxurious and here we are over 2,500 feet and thus becomes
the cloud forest. There are a lot of Sierra Palms and bromeliads, ferns and moss. It's is steep and the
trail is the guide. Jose is a bit tired, I has been a week of exploring … and having veggie food.
There are many trails and one road to this peak - El Yunque. It's a telecom center for PR.
About our rainforest images and posters prints:
El Yunque, officially named 'El Yunque National Forest'
(EYNF) is located in northeastern Puerto Rico.
It is the only tropical rainforest in the US National
Park System (NPS) and is managed by the US Forest Service.
It covers a surface of 28,430 acres (115 km2).
It is the largest forest in Puerto Rico.
EYNF was stablished in 1903 by the beginning USFS,
but initially it was set aside in 1876 by King Alfonso XII
of Spain and represents one of the oldest reserves in the
Western Hemisphere. Before that it was revered by the
Taino Indians as a Holy land as 'Yuke'or white land.
We 1st used Canon cameras, then Nikon 24MP cameras
at maximum resolution. We covered all roads and trails
of the forest and some deep regions in over 40 days of
explorations of the forest and collected over 10K images.
In 2019 we started using the Nikon D850 with 45MP.
Many of our canvas prints have dates, this is because their
purpose was to be a scientific record of the EYNF at that
place and time. Now that Hurricane Maria has decimated
the forest, it remains a record of how EYNF was after
the natural growth with no major hurricanes in 100 years.
Due the need to fit the image into the shape of a poster
we accepted a small change in the proportions of the images.